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Scott Woodside MSN, MBA, RN
Scott is the Director for Student Health Services at Rowan University. He is a graduate of Villanova University with a Bachelors in Nursing and completed his Masters in Business Administration and Nursing from LaSalle University.
Scott has experience in cardiovascular health, critical care, emergency preparedness and most recently in public health, where he served as the Director of Nursing for the Gloucester County Department of Health, Senior and Disability Services.
Karen Bozar Ovalle, MSN, RN, APN-C
Karen Bozar Ovalle serves as nurse practitioner for Student Health Services for the past years. She earned a BSN from Temple University, and MSN and post-Masters degrees (as nurse practitioner) from the University of Pennsylvania.
Karen Ovalle has 38 years of experience in emergency, internal medicine and family practice. She spent four years with the Peace Corps in Colombia, South America and is bilingual (written and spoken) Spanish. During the summer months she works as a volunteer EMT on Long Beach Island.
Dr. Carl L. Schopfer, DO - Family Practice
Dr. Aubrey Olsen, DO
Dr. Tracy Brobyn, MD
Dr. Tracy Brobyn is a Family Medicine physician with over 18 years of experience caring for patients. Dr. Brobyn received her MD from the State University of New York School of Medicine at Buffalo in 1994 and completed her residency in Family Medicine at Mountainside Hospital in Glen Ridge, New Jersey in 1997. She served on active duty for 3 years in the United States Air Force separating as a major in 2000. Dr. Brobyn served as assistant professor of Family Medicine at both Robert Wood Johnson School of medicine in Camden as well as the Rowan School of Osteopathic Medicine in Stratford from 2000-2014. In 2010, Dr. Brobyn proceeded to pursue additional education in alternative medicine which led to training in both acupuncture and prolotherapy. She is board certified in acupuncture by the American Board of Medical Acupuncture and maintains a practice in alternative medicine at the Chung Institute in Moorestown, New Jersey in addition to serving the students at Rowan University.
Dr. James Bailey, DO
Dr. Bailey is a graduate of the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, where he received a scholarship as an Undergraduate Fellow in Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine. He completed his medical internship in the Crozer-Keystone Health System and then on to Temple University Hospital for his residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. His interests include musculoskeletal medicine, OMT, spasticity management and pain management. He is currently on staff at the Rowan University Neuro-Musculoskeletal Institute in addition to serving the students at Rowan University.
Frances MacFarland, RN
Fran MacFarland graduated in 1970 from Helene Fuld School of Nursing at West Jersey Hospital in Camden. She has worked as a nurse in a variety of institutions such as hospital, doctor’s office, and school. Fran MacFarland has been a nurse at Rowan since 1988. She is currently the Rowan University Student Health Services Charge Nurse. When not at work she enjoys reading and spending time with her family.
Anne Domico, RN
Anne Domico graduated from Abilene Christian University in Texas in 1988. She was born and raised in Southern New Jersey. Anne worked in a variety of nursing fields before coming to Rowan University in 2005.
Rita Bowen, MSN, RN, Certified School Nursing
Stephanie Brown, BSN, RN
Stephanie Brown came to Rowan University in December 2006. She has worked in medical/surgery & telemetry in hospital settings. Stephanie graduated in 2001 with a BSN from Malone College in Canton, Ohio. In October 2011 she completed a certificate program in case management.
Ann Grasso, RN
Ann graduated from Gloucester County Community College School of Nursing in 2006. She worked in the Rehab Unit at Lady of Lourdes Medical Center for 3 years as well as private duty nursing. Ann came to Rowan in 2009 and recently completed a sign language course at Gloucester County Community College. In her spare time Ann enjoys yoga and other fitness activities.
Nancy Magin, RN
Nancy graduated from Messiah College with a BSN in 1992. She worked at Crozer-Chester Medical Center in the Rehabilitation Unit, Pediatric Unit, and in Maternal Child Health division. Nancy aalso completed her School Nurse Certification from Rowan University in 2006. Nancy came to Rowan in 2006.
Tracey Smith, RN
Jennifer Fratini, RD
Jennifer Fratini graduated from Drexel University in 1997 with her Bachelors of Science in Nutrition and Food Science. Jennifer completed her Dietetic Internship through Immaculata University at the Philadelphia Veteran's Hospital. Jennifer is a Registered Dietician with 14 years of experience in the nutrition field and has had a variety of work experience in hospital settings, Eating Disorder Programs, Rehabilitation Centers and General Nutrition Education.